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I really didn't think England were that bad, but I do confess to only having watched Newcastle this season so my views may be distorted.

They were shite, the passing was awful.

 

England have been shite years though. Jack Wilshere will make a difference once fit. The fact that I'm pinning my hopes on an injury prone 21 year old tells you all you need to know. We are one of the many second tier also ran countries behind the first tier of Spain, Germany, Holland and Argentina. The gulf between the first and second tier is huge though.

 

That said, still much better than the dross Newcastle usually offer up!

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" Sunderland season ticket holder will stand trial . .

 

A man arrested after Sunderland’s third goal at St James’ during the Tyne Wear derby

 

A football fan has denied acting in a threatening manner towards rival fans at the Tyne Wear derby.

 

Craig Lee Stanworth was arrested during the tense match between Newcastle United and Sunderland at St James’ Park last month. He is accused of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

 

The 21-year-old, of Dean Park in Ferryhill, County Durham, appeared before Newcastle Magistrates Court yesterday. The case was adjourned until August when he will stand trial.

 

Liam O’Brien, prosecuting said . . "

 

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/tyne-wear-derby-day-fan-stand-4034142

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Squads are being confirmed for the 2013 Confederations Cup. Who you got?

 

 

15 June 2013 16:00 Brazil - Japan

16 June 2013 16:00 Mexico - Italy

19 June 2013 16:00 Brazil - Mexico

19 June 2013 19:00 Italy - Japan

22 June 2013 16:00 Italy - Brazil

22 June 2013 16:00 Japan - Mexico

 

16 June 2013 19:00 Spain - Uruguay

17 June 2013 16:00 Tahiti - Nigeria

20 June 2013 16:00 Spain - Tahiti

20 June 2013 19:00 Nigeria - Uruguay

23 June 2013 16:00 Nigeria - Spain

23 June 2013 16:00 Uruguay - Tahiti

 

 

Semifinals

 

26 June 2013 16:00 Winner Group A - Runner-up Group B

27 June 2013 16:00 Winner Group B - Runner-up Group A

 

Third place play-off

 

30 June 2013 13:00 Loser SF1 - Loser SF2

 

Final

 

30 June 2013 19:00 Winner SF1- Winner SF2

 

 

Brazil:

Goalkeepers: Julio Cesar (Queens Park Rangers), Diego Cavalieri (Fluminense), Jefferson (Botafogo).

Defenders: Daniel Alves (Barcelona), Marcelo (Real Madrid), Felipe Luis (Atletico Madrid), Jean (Fluminense), Thiago Silva (Paris Saint-Germain), David Luiz (Chelsea), Dante (Bayern Munich), Rever (Atletico Mineiro).

Midfielders: Paulinho (Corinthians), Luiz Gustavo (Bayern Munich), Fernando (Gremio), Hernanes (Lazio), Jadson (Sao Paulo), Oscar (Chelsea), Lucas (Paris Saint-Germain), Bernard (Atletico Mineiro).

Forwards: Neymar (Santos), Fred (Fluminense), Hulk (Zenit St Petersburg), Leandro Damiao (Internacional).

 

Italy

Goalkeepers: Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus), Federico Marchetti (Lazio), Salvatore Sirigu (Paris Saint-Germain), Michael Agazzi (Cagliari).

Defenders: Ignazio Abate (AC Milan), Davide Astori (Cagliari), Andrea Barzagli (Juventus), Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Mattia De Sciglio (AC Milan), Christian Maggio (Napoli).

Midfielders: Alberto Aquilani (Fiorentina), Antonio Candreva (Lazio), Daniele De Rossi (Roma), Alessandro Diamanti (Bologna), Emanuele Giaccherini (Juventus), Claudio Marchisio (Juventus), Riccardo Montolivo (AC Milan), Andrea Pirlo (Juventus)

Forwards: Mario Balotelli (Milan), Alessio Cerci (Torino), Stephan El Shaarawy (Milan), Alberto Gilardino (Bologna), Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus).

 

Japan

Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Standard Liège), Shusaku Nishikawa (Sanfrecce Hiroshima), Shūichi Gonda (FC Tokyo).

Defenders: Yūichi Komano (Júbilo Iwata), Yasuyuki Konno (Gamba Osaka), Yuto Nagatomo (Internazionale), Atsuto Uchida (Schalke), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Masahiko Inoha (Júbilo Iwata), Yuzo Kurihara (Yokohama F. Marinos), Hiroki Sakai (Hannover), Gōtoku Sakai (Stuttgart).

Midfielders: Yasuhito Endō (Gamba Osaka), Makoto Hasebe (Wolfsburg), Kengo Nakamura (Kawasaki Frontale), Keisuke Honda (CSKA Moscow), Shinji Kagawa (Manchester United), Hajime Hosogai (Bayer Leverkusen), Hiroshi Kiyotake (Nürnberg), Takashi Inui (Eintracht Frankfurt), Hideto Takahashi (FC Tokyo), Keigo Higashi (FC Tokyo).

Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Stuttgart), Ryōichi Maeda (Júbilo Iwata), Mike Havenaar (Vitesse), Masato Kudo (Kashiwa Reysol).

 

Mexico

Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa (Ajaccio), Jesús Corona (Cruz Azul), Alfredo Talavera (Toluca).

Defenders: Carlos Salcido (UANL), Francisco Rodríguez (América), Héctor Moreno (Espanyol), Jorge Torres Nilo (UANL), Severo Meza (Monterrey), Diego Reyes (América), Hiram Mier (Monterrey), Gerardo Flores (Cruz Azul).

Midfielders: Gerardo Torrado (Cruz Azul), Andrés Guardado (Valencia), Pablo Barrera (Cruz Azul), Ángel Reyna (Pachuca),Jesús Zavala (Monterrey), Javier Aquino (Villarreal), Jesús Molina (América), Héctor Herrera (Pachuca).

Forwards: Giovani dos Santos (Mallorca), Javier Hernández (Manchester United), Aldo de Nigris (Monterrey), Raúl Jiménez (América).

 

Spain

Goalkeepers: Casillas (Real Madrid), Reina (Liverpool), Valdes (Barcelona)

Defenders: Alba (Barcelona), Albiol (Real Madrid), Arbeloa (Real Madrid), Azpilicueta (Chelsea), Monreal (Arsenal), Pique (Barcelona), Ramos (Real Madrid)

Midfielders: Busquets (Barcelona), Cazorla (Arsenal), Fabregas (Barcelona), Iniesta (Barcelona), Martinez (Bayern Munich), Mata (Chelsea), Navas (Sevilla), Pedro (Barcelona), Silva (Manchester City) Xavi (Barcelona)

Forwards: Torres (Chelsea), Soldado (Valencia), Villa (Barcelona).

 

Tahiti

Goalkeepers: Xavier Samin (AS Dragon), Mickaël Roche (AS Dragon), Gilbert Meriel (AS Tefana).

Defenders: Vincent Simon (AS Dragon), Teheivarii Ludivion (AS Tefana), Nicolas Vallar (AS Dragon), Stephane Faatiarau (AS Tefana), Tamatoa Wagemann (AS Dragon), Yannick Vero (AS Dragon), Edson Lemaire (AS Dragon), Rainui Aroita (AS Tamarii Faa'a).

Midfielders: Jonathan Tehau (AS Tamarii Faa'a), Lorenzo Tehau (AS Tefana), Alvin Tehau (AS Tefana), Stanley Atani (AS Tefana), Heimano Bourebare (AS Tefana), Henri Caroine (AS Dragon), Ricky Aitamai (AS Vénus), Yohann Tihoni (AS Roniu).

Forwards: Steevy Chong Hue (AS Dragon), Teaonui Tehau (AS Dragon), Samuel Hnanyine (AS Dragon), Marama Vahirua (Panthrakikos).

 

Uruguay

Goalkeepers: Fernando Muslera (Galatasaray), Juan Castillo (Danubio), Martín Silva (Olimpia), Rodrigo Muñoz (Libertad).

Defenders: Diego Lugano (Málaga), Maxi Pereira (Benfica), Diego Godín (Atlético Madrid), Martín Cáceres (Juventus), Andrés Scotti (Nacional), Carlos Valdez (Peñarol), Sebastián Coates (Liverpool), Matías Aguirregaray (Peñarol), Alejandro Silva (Olimpia).

Midfielders: Diego Pérez (Bologna), Cristian Rodríguez (Atlético Madrid), Sebastián Eguren (Libertad), Walter Gargano (Internazionale), Álvaro Pereira (Internazionale), Egidio Arévalo Ríos (Palermo), Álvaro González (Lazio), Nicolás Lodeiro (Botafogo), Gastón Ramírez (Southampton).

Forwards: Diego Forlán (Internacional), Luis Suárez (Liverpool), Edinson Cavani (Napoli), Abel Hernández (Palermo), Gonzalo Castro (Real Sociedad), Christian Stuani (Espanyol).

 

Nigeria

Goalkeepers: Vincent Enyeama (Maccabi Tel Aviv), Austin Ejide ( Hapoel Be'er Sheva), Chigozie Agbim (Enugu Rangers), Daniel Akpeyi (Heartland F.C.).

Defenders: Uwa Elderson Echiéjilé (Braga), Efe Ambrose (Celtic), Godfrey Oboabona (Sunshine Stars), Azubuike Egwuekwe (Warri Wolves), Kenneth Omeruo (Chelsea), Solomon Kwambe (Sunshine Stars), Francis Benjamin (Heartland F.C.), Ebenezer Odunlami (Sunshine Stars).

Midfielders: Mikel John Obi (Chelsea), Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow), Sunday Mba (Warri Wolves), Fegor Ogude (Vålerenga), Reuben Gabriel (Kilmarnock), Ogenyi Onazi (Lazio), Obinna Nwachukwu (Heartland F.C.), Nnamdi Oduamadi (AS Varese 1910), John Ugochukwu (Académica de Coimbra), Michel Babatunde (Kryvbas), Emeka Eze (Enugu Rangers).

Forwards: Ideye Aide Brown (Dynamo Kyiv), Joseph Akpala (Werder Bremen), Mohammed Gambo (Kano Pillars), Anthony Ujah (Köln), Gomo Onduku (Bayelsa United).

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" Sunderland season ticket holder will stand trial . .

 

A man arrested after Sunderland's third goal at St James' during the Tyne Wear derby

 

A football fan has denied acting in a threatening manner towards rival fans at the Tyne Wear derby.

 

Craig Lee Stanworth was arrested during the tense match between Newcastle United and Sunderland at St James' Park last month. He is accused of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

 

The 21-year-old, of Dean Park in Ferryhill, County Durham, appeared before Newcastle Magistrates Court yesterday. The case was adjourned until August when he will stand trial.

 

Liam O'Brien, prosecuting said . . "

 

http://www.chronicle...n-stand-4034142

 

Fucking Hell :lol:

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Sounds like he's got a bit of an ego on him already

That's rare... In young English footballers... Especially those whose father's have a bit of an ego too.

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Thought this would go in the small time blather.

 

http://www.safc.com/.../gad-nufc-1908?

 

Greatest Away Days: Newcastle 1 Sunderland 9

 

Published: 14 June, 2013

by Ashley Houghton

safc.com looks back on a memorable away day.

To coincide with the launch of Sunderland's brand new away kit, safc.com asked fans to reflect upon THEIR favourite away days.

The first in the series is the Black Cats record breaking victory over rivals Newcastle united.

In the history of the game only Wolves have equalled Sunderland’s 9-1 record away win in the top flight of English football.

Newcastle, who went on to win the Championship in the 1908/09 season, were put to the sword by a ruthless Black Cats performance.

Billy Hogg opened the scoring for Sunderland after just eight minutes as he saw off multiple Newcastle challenges before sliding past Jimmy Lawrence.

The Magpies’ equaliser came from the penalty spot as England cap Albert Shepherd converted past L.R. Roose in the Sunderland goal.

George Holley restored the visitors’ lead just three minutes after the trestart after some fine wing-play by Arthur Bridgett.

Hogg grabbed his second-goal ten minutes later as Sunderland exerted their dominance on the game.

A further ten minutes passed before Holley registered a hat-trick with his second and third goals coming on 63 and 67 minutes respectively.

Holley’s third was a neat finish from a Jackie Mordue cross.

With the score at 5-1 Bridgett got in on the act; the left winger scored with two blistering strikes within four minutes of Holley’s third.

Mordue made it 8-1 on 70 minutes before Hogg grabbed his hat-trick to grab Sunderland’s ninth goal of the game.

76 minutes of the game had passed when the Black Cats declared with the result inevitable.

Sunderland: Roose, Forster, Milton, Daykin, Thomson, Low, Mordue, Hogg, Brown, Holley, Bridgett.

Att: 56,000

 

 

:lol:

 

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"Ah wuz theya when we done tha Mags 9-1."

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:lol: fucking hell. A great away day that no one living was at.

I remember when we beat them 5-1 and after I mentioned it 2 days later to a mackem he replied "you're still fucking going on about that!" A week later he said it wasn't that embarrassing as they beat us 9-1 once :lol: .

Think that game was before subs and the offside rule, and I was heard Newcastle ended the game with about 8 players as they got kicked off the park.

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